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Team:

 Toronto Sharpshooters

GM:

 Jim Kies
YEAR RECORD FINISH POSTSEASON AVERAGE HOMERUNS STEALS WINS STRIKEOUTS SAVES
2002 83-79 3rd 0-0 DNP Clayton

.290

Cruz Jr.

36

Castillo

60

Ritchie

16

Radke

170

Yan

23

2003 61-101 4th 0-0 DNP Koskie

.290

Vaughn

25

Patterson

17

Hawkins

9

Lohse

108

Acevedo

18

2004 62-100 4th 0-0 DNP White

.294

Posada

28

2 Tied

14

Peavy

11

Peavy

172

Hawkins

20

2005 95-67 1st 3-4 RD2

Matsui

.338

Matsui

42

Patterson

14

Perez

19

Perez

280

Kolb

23

2006 109-53 1st 12-5 WS

D.Lee

.323

D.Lee

42

Freel

27

Clemens

23

Clemens

245

T.Jones

29

2007 96-66 2nd 0-0 TBD Markakis

.321

Hall

49

Freel

25

Lackey

18

Zambrano

270

Street

14

TOTAL

506-466 .521 15-9 .625                        

Team Highlights:

  1. The Toronto Argonauts are established in SPIBL's inaugural year (2002) by owner David Haugen.
  2. In 2004, David Squires assumeed ownership and renamed team the Toronto Eh's.
  3. Midseason in 2004, Jim Kies assumed ownership.
  4. Prior to 2005 season, Kies renamed team the Toronto Sharpshooters.
  5. 2005 NL CENTRAL DIVISION CHAMPIONS (#1 seed)
  6. October 20, 2005 - The Sharpshooters are eliminated by the Detroit Outlaws (4-3) in the divisional playoffs, round two.
  7. 2006 NL CENTRAL DIVISION CHAMPIONS (#2 seed)
  8. 2006 NL CHAMPIONS (defeated the Anaheim Ants, 4-2)
  9. 2006 WORLD CHAMPIONS (defeated the San Diego Black Sox, 4-0)
  10. 2007 NL WILDCARD TEAM (#4 seed)
  11. 2007 NL CHAMPIONS (defeated the Kansas City Monarchs, 4-2)
  12. 2007 WORLD CHAMPIONS (defeated the New York Flatirons, 4-2)
  13. 2008 NL CENTRAL DIVISION CHAMPIONS (#1 seed)
  14. 2008 NL CHAMPIONS (defeated the Anaheim Ants, 4-2)
  15. 2008 SPIBL WORLD CHAMPIONS (defeated the Los Angeles Skyhawks, 4-0)
  16. 2009 SPIBL WORLD CHAMPIONS (defeated the San Francisco Sea Lions 4-1)

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